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The Stiv™

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  1. Happy Vaginal Exit Day!

  2. Art by Dean Shanghanoo This panel encapsulates Robotnik's reign of terror as the dictator of Mobius, a period of time commonly referred to as RBR (Ruled by Robotnik). This was the comic's status quo from issue #9's "Back To Reality" all the way up to issue #100's "The Final Victory." Robotnik had many bases of opeations during this time but seen here is Citadel Robotnik, which made its début in issue #55. Trooper Badniks were also first seen in issue #9 and appeared more often than the game badniks as Robotnik's primary cannon fodder in the comic through this period. Art by Marcus Stockley The founding members of the Freedom Fighters are represented here, Sonic and Tails we've talked about a little bit already - Porker Lewis made his debut in the very first issue story "Enter: Sonic", while Johnny Lightfoot didn't get a named appearance till issue #8, although an unnamed rabbit character which might be interpreted as him did crop up back in issue #5's story "Lost in the Labyrinth Zone". Both Porker and Johnny are based on the animals critters rescued at the end of the classic game levels, and owe some of their design to early concept art for the "Sonic the Hedgehog" Saturday morning cartoon series (or SatAM for you acronym fans!) Art by Matthew Bramble Here we have a cavalcade of STC stars, starting with Amy Rose, inspired by the character who first appeared in Sonic CD, and who made her STC debut in issue #21's "Girl Trouble. Next is Shorty the Squirrel who becomes the doomed (to repeat himself) hero Shortfuse the Cybernik in issue #45's Sonic's World strip "Enter the Cybernik" and Last but by no means least is Capatain Plunder and his first mate Filch the ghost, who both made their first appearances in issue #23's "Pirates of the Mystic Cave."
  3. I implore you not to avoid STCO simply because it's not official - Lots of people enjoy reading the issues, thousands actually. You don't have to accept it as a canon contunuity if you don't want to but a lot of people lik eto, even simply as a 'what could have been' scenario.
  4. Episode 006 - Gambling & Racism: Comics For Children! Infringe upon multiple copyrights! Live next to an active volcano! Throw your coconuts at some Coconuts! It's Episode Six of Sonic The Podcast! Containing a rundown of strips from Sonic The Comic issues #18-#20 and Sonic The Poster Mag #3. Presented by L. T. Fletcher, Seumidh MacDonald, Michael "Stiv" Stephenson and Pete Murphy. Episode 005 - Adventures in the Nameless Zone Get ditched by your best mate! Lie to your loved ones! Be spooked by SCARY SKELETONS OH NO! It's Episode Five of Sonic The Podcast! Containing a rundown of strips from Sonic The Comic issues #16-#21. Presented by L. T. Fletcher, Seumidh MacDonald and Michael "Stiv" Stephenson.
  5. Thought I'd make a separate topic to post STCO's timeline, because technically, it's a different project to the actual comic. Plus it's a nice way to keep you all updated! I'm also copying the panel synopses from STCO's Chigs, who's doing this topic on the STCO forum: Art by Adam "T-Bird" Tuff This is the Kintobor computer, part time narrator and super computer of the freedom fighters. he made his first appearance in issue #6 and who better to guide us round the history of the STC Universe than the original star of the Sonic's World strips? You can read up more about the Kintobor computer here: http://stc.wikia.com/wiki/Kintobor_Computer Art by Michael "Stiv" Stephenson This panel represents the story "The Origin of Sonic" (http://stc.wikia.com/wiki/The_Origin_of_Sonic) from issue #8 - but what could those be lurking off to the left there? More importantly, what might they be doing here...? Art by Michael Corker This is also referencing the classic moment in issue #8's "The Origin of Sonic" where the letters on the kindly Ovi Kintobor's lab coat rearrange (along with the rest of him!) into the diabolical Doctor Ivo Robotnik! Don't have nightmares kids... :S For all you fact fans out there, Sonic and Robotnik's origin stories are adapted from the guidebook "Stay Sonic" published in the UK in 1993 by Fantail. (http://sonic.wikia.com/wiki/Stay_Sonic) Art by Jin Chan Yum Wai Miles "Tails" Prower (Miles Prower? Geddit? ) is here referencing the first time he met sonic, recounted in issue #27's Sonic's World Story "A Tale of Tails" which very loosely adapts some of the events in Sonic the Hedgehog 2, hence the Death Egg looming in the background. Sonic is using one of his more well known put downs for Tails in the form of "pixel Brain" to demonstrate his charming personality quirks. The Cameo at the bottom right there is a little piggy we'll be seeing more of later - Porker Lewis! Art by Jon Gray with Pete Murphy Well, as some of you might be aware of already, this panel features art by Jon Gray, most notable to us lot as a penciller for the Archie produced Sonic the Hedgehog comic series. His first issue for Archie was way back in 2003, (Hey! Same year as STCO kicked off! ) and we're very grateful for his contribution to our little project! Who better to let him loose on than probably the one character that even fans who aren't that familiar with STC have heard of, its ol' "Fleetway" himself: Super Sonic! Art by Pete Murphy Here we have the debut of the Omni Viewer who made his first appearance in issue #8's "The origin of Sonic" helping the cool blue one retell the stories of himself and Dr Robotnik to Tails, Porker and Johnny Lightfoot, before seemingly betraying them to old egg breath! Issue #9's follow up strip "Back to Reality" revealed that while he was under Robotnik's rule at this time, he was still able to subvert the order to get rid of the gang, hence only moving them 6 months into the future. See? He's a good guy really! Art by Dean Shanghanoo This panel encapsulates Robotnik's reign of terror as the dictator of Mobius, a period of time commonly referred to as RBR (Ruled by Robotnik). This was the comic's status quo from issue #9's "Back To Reality" all the way up to issue #100's "The Final Victory." Robotnik had many bases of opeations during this time but seen here is Citadel Robotnik, which made its début in issue #55. Trooper Badniks were also first seen in issue #9 and appeared more often than the game badniks as Robotnik's primary cannon fodder in the comic through this period. Art by Marcus Stockley The founding members of the Freedom Fighters are represented here, Sonic and Tails we've talked about a little bit already - Porker Lewis made his debut in the very first issue story "Enter: Sonic", while Johnny Lightfoot didn't get a named appearance till issue #8, although an unnamed rabbit character which might be interpreted as him did crop up back in issue #5's story "Lost in the Labyrinth Zone". Both Porker and Johnny are based on the animals critters rescued at the end of the classic game levels, and owe some of their design to early concept art for the "Sonic the Hedgehog" Saturday morning cartoon series (or SatAM for you acronym fans!) Art by Matthew Bramble Here we have a cavalcade of STC stars, starting with Amy Rose, inspired by the character who first appeared in Sonic CD, and who made her STC debut in issue #21's "Girl Trouble. Next is Shorty the Squirrel who becomes the doomed (to repeat himself) hero Shortfuse the Cybernik in issue #45's Sonic's World strip "Enter the Cybernik" and Last but by no means least is Capatain Plunder and his first mate Filch the ghost, who both made their first appearances in issue #23's "Pirates of the Mystic Cave."
  6. Thanks for the kids words, guys. Just want to make a post to tell people what's in this issue Yesterday, we launched STC #261! Our 20th anniversary celebratory issue of Sonic the Comic! Including: NEW TO STC - Our timeline chronicling the history of STC, featuring some very special guest artists. Stories include: SONIC THE HEDGEHOG - In Memory SONIC'S WORLD - To the Hero of Mobius KNUCKLES - Skeletons in the Closet Part 3 Also! WALLPAPERS REVIEW ZONE - Sonic Dash STC ALUMNI Memories The ARCHIVE ZONE FAN MEMORIES - "Speed Reading - 20 years of STC Podcast" Send us your thoughts and STC artwork and we'll add them to the section over summer! Check it out! www.stconline.co.uk
  7. Two new episodes focusing on the STC Eternal Champions strips. Five episodes are now online! http://sonicthepodcast.libsyn.com/ Episode 004b - Sega Superstars part 1 (Act 2) Tease a shark man! Cosplay as BSG droids! Grab some fan! It's Episode Four (part two) of Sonic The Podcast! Containing a rundown of strips from The Eternal Champions Special and Sonic The Comic issues #37-#40. Presented by L. T. Fletcher, Seumidh MacDonald, Stuart Gipp and Leeann Hamilton. Episode 004 - Sega Superstars part 1 (Act 1) Wear sssome ribbonsss! Raissse an eyebrow at quessstionable Atlantean terminology! Sssmash your Ssslash! It's Episode Four of Sonic The Podcast! Containing a rundown of strips from Sonic The Comic issues #19-#24. Presented by L. T. Fletcher, Seumidh MacDonald and Leeann Hamilton. Episode 003 - I Will Not Eat Green, Eggs or Man; Sonic I Am Dissolve your home! Eat your friends! Have a Big Breakfast! It's Episode Three of Sonic The Podcast! Containing a rundown of strips from Sonic The Comic issues #15-#17 as well as a glimpse at Sonic The Poster Mag #1 and #2. Presented by L. T. Fletcher, Michael "Stiv" Stephenson and Seumidh MacDonald. Episode 002 - We're Not Kidding Around! Save Private Prower! Be inspired by Mobian Ar-key-tecture! Bag your rats! It's Episode Two of Sonic The Podcast! Containing a rundown of strips from Sonic The Comic issues #11-#14. Presented by L. T. Fletcher, Michael "Stiv" Stephenson, Seumidh MacDonald and Stuart Gipp. Episode 001 - Setting the STC Scene Marvel at the exploits of Jorge the Hedgehog! Thrill as Dr. Ovi Kintobor's diet goes horribly wrong! Spill your toxic gunk! It's Episode One of Sonic the Podcast! Containing a rundown of strips from Sonic the Comic issues #7-#10. Presented by L. T. Fletcher, Michael "Stiv" Stephenson, Seumidh MacDonald and Stuart Gipp.
  8. Hey guys, STC #260 is up! Commence brutal lashings http://www.stconline.co.uk/260
  9. Hot on the heels of good reviews from Nigel Kitching and Richard Elson,
  10. https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/sonic-the-podcast/id598393226 Hey guys, sooo basically, I'm now guesting on an ongoing Sonic the Comic podcast with a few other gents; Looking back through STC, discussing stories, giving our views, describing STC for the people who never read it and hopefully giving a laugh or two to the people who did. I'm hoping a few people here will be interested at least! First episode is online at iTunes now at the address above. You can also listen in-browser or download episodes from http://sonicthepodcast.libsyn.com/ A short trailer follows: If you want to give it a listen, we hope you enjoy it, let us know what you think =) www.facebook.com/sonicthepodcast www.tumblr.com/sonicthepodcast STCPodcast@live.co.uk RSS link: http://sonicthepodcast.libsyn.com/rss
  11. Hey guys! Issue #259 of STC-O is out now. Along with like, three others since I last posted here. Oops. http://www.stconline...ontrolzone.html http://www.stconline.co.uk/259/controlzone.html
  12. Amy got her new hairstyle, Knuckles got his pointy teeth too.
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